Together with Spot, toddlers and their parents will have a new adventure in the theatre. Spot will take the audience to the farm of his father Sam, where all the animals are lost. Spot and his friend Helen are going to need the help of the audience to find all the animals and bring them back to the farm. Can everybody recognize the sounds of the animals and help Spot and Helen to find them?
For more than 30 years, Dutch youth theatre company Theater Terra has been making highly rewarded musicals for kinds and families. Theater Terra was founded by Theo Terra and is known for being at the top of international youth theater. With puppets, objects, puppeteers and singers, Theater Terra makes visual theater with lots of humor and poetry. Over the last years, several famous stories have been successfully created into plays.
Furthermore, Theater Terra makes smaller and more intimate plays. Throughout the years, Theater Terra received a lot of appreciation for her work. Among other prizes, the group has won the Hans Snoek award, for their show ‘Zwanendons’, the highest award in Dutch youth theatre.
Theater Terra creates its performances with the support of the The Performing Arts Fund NL. To stay up to date click here.
Jan 30 – Greenvale, Tilles Center for the Performing Arts
Feb 1-2 – Hanover, Hopkins Center for the Arts
Feb 5-6 – Westhampton Beach, Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
Feb 8-9 – Albany, The Egg – Center for the Performing Arts
Feb 15 – Detroit, The Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts
Feb 18 – Pittsfield, The Colonial Theatre
Mar 8 – Staten Island, Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden
Mar 9 – Poughkeepsie, Bardavon 1869 Opera House
Mar 10 – Kingston, Ulster Performing Arts Center
Mar 18 – Hartford, Schauer Arts and Activities Center
Apr 7-11 – Memphis, Orpheum Theatre
Apr 12-14 – Fayetteville, Walton Arts Center
Apr 26 – Greenville, Niswonger Performing Arts Center
May 5 – Cedar Falls, Gallagher Bleudorn Performing Arts Center
May 7 – Kansas City, Folly Theater
May 8 – Springfield, Sangamon Auditorium (University of Illinois)
May 12-17 – Pittsburgh, Byham Theater (PI Children’s Festival)
May 19 – Somerville, The Theatre at Raritan Valley C College
May 21 – Wilmington, DuPont Theatre